Uganda meat training

A growing number of entrepreneurs engaged in the meat trade are seeking training at a specialised institute in Uganda set up to improve the quality of meat products in sub-Saharan Africa.
The recently-established Industrial Research Institute in Food Technology and Ceramics in Kampala is training students in technology for meat processing a A growing number of entrepreneurs engaged in the meat trade are seeking training at a specialised institute in Uganda set up to improve the quality of meat products in sub-Saharan Africa.
The recently-established Industrial Research Institute in Food Technology and Ceramics in Kampala is training students in technology for meat processing and offering consultancy services to meat operators in the region. The institute was started in 1997 by the Common Fund for Commodities in collaboration with the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the German aid agency, GTZ. The private sector provides meat and other raw materials for product development and production on a trial basis.
Students are sponsored by the FAO to conduct research on meat product development and to promote the acquisition and adoption of appropriate technology for meat processing and the manufacture of meat products.
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